2012 ITS-NY NINETEENTH ANNUAL MEETING AND TECHNOLOGY EXHIBITION June 7 8, 2012

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1 2012 ITS-NY NINETEENTH ANNUAL MEETING AND TECHNOLOGY EXHIBITION June 7 8, 2012 EFFICIENCY AND ITS ITS Regional Collaboration Emerging Congestion Mitigation Strategies Adaptive Signal Control Systems Gideon Putnam Hotel and Conference Center 24 Gideon Putnam Road Saratoga Springs, NY Transit Information Revolution Current ITS Research Plus 2012 Annual Awards Ceremony Spotlighting Project of the Year Award Winners CEU/PDHs will be issued by Polytechnic Institute of New York University Come Hear About State-of-the-Art ITS Programs, Projects, and Technologies In New York State!

2 PRE-REGISTRATION FEES POSTMARK DEADLINE MAY 15, 2012 CEUs will be issued by Polytechnic Institute of NYU. Registration Fee includes entrance to all sessions and exhibits, special meeting hand-outs, 6/7-8/12 full breakfasts and lunches, all coffee breaks, and the 6/7/12 Special Reception. Pre-registration form is enclosed. Please make checks payable to ITS-NY. Note: At-door registration fees increase by $75 per registrant/space subject to availability. ATTENDEE REGISTRATION EXHIBITORS SPONSORS ITS-NY MEMBER $ 335 $ 495 $ 1,500 NON-MEMBER $ 485 $ 695 A Registration Confirmation will be sent to you upon receipt of your form and check. Hotel: All sessions and exhibits will be held at the Gideon Putnam Hotel, Saratoga Springs, NY. A block of rooms has been reserved at the special significantly reduced room rate $ per night % NYS sales and occupancy taxes for conference attendees. Attendees are responsible for making their own hotel reservations. Please note that the Gideon Putnam Hotel does not offer further rate reductions for Government during their prime booking summer months. Please call the hotel directly at (518) or (866) toll-free and be sure to note our ITS-NY Group Code reference # 9N28XC to obtain the discounted room rate. Room block was released on May 7, After May 7 th, hotel may not honor Group Rate. GOLF TOURNAMENT: ITS-NY Board Member Lou Neudorff is coordinating the Wednesday Afternoon, June 6th Golf Tournament. If you are interested in playing golf, please contact Lou at ITS-NY is a non-profit, non-lobbying 501(c)3 organization with FEIN: *****ITS-NY MEMBER LISTING - Visit CANCELLATION POLICY: No refunds will be issued for registration cancellation within 2 weeks of the conference. QUESTIONS? Please call/fax Dotty Drinkwater, ITS-NY Administrator, or

3 2012 ITS-NY NINETEENTH ANNUAL MEETING June 7 8, 2012; Saratoga Springs, NY Efficiency and ITS Thursday, June 7, :30 a.m. Registration Desk and Exhibit Hall Open; Full Breakfast in Exhibit Hall Foyer 9:00 Opening Session Dr. Isaac Takyi, ITS-NY President Welcoming Remarks: Opening Keynote: 9:45 Break in Exhibit Hall Jeffrey Randall, ITS-NY Vice President and 2012 Annual Meeting Chair Mary Ivey, Region 1 Director, New York State Department of Transportation Roderic Sechrist, Director, Operations and Asset Management Division, New York State Department of Transportation 10:30 Panel 1: ITS Regional Collaboration Panel Moderator: Dr. Paul Corrigan, IBI Group Building the Common Operating Picture, Todd Westhuis, New York State Department of Transportation The New York-New Jersey Regional ITS Architecture, Solomon Caviness, North Jersey Transportation Planning Authority Connected Commercial Vehicles, Rick McDonough, New York State Department of Transportation/ I-95 Corridor Coalition Moving to Next Generation USDOT Connected Vehicle Test Bed, Greg Krueger, SAIC Noon ITS-NY Luncheon (Exhibits Closed for 45 minutes during Lunch) Keynote: Scott Belcher, CEO and President, ITS America, The Changing Nature of the ITS Sector 1:30 p.m. Panel 2: Emerging Congestion Mitigation Strategies Panel Moderator: Susan Thomas, KLD Ports of Los Angeles/Long Beach Advanced Transportation Management Information System (ATMIS), Tom Choe, System Metrics Group, Inc. Los Angeles Express Park - A Demonstration of How New Parking Technology May Reduce Congestion and Provide Other Benefits to the Public," Peer Ghent, Los Angeles Department of Transportation Ithaca Carshare, David Lieb, Cornell University Use of ITS in Construction Mitigation and MPT, Jay Jaber, New York City Department of Transportation 3:00 Break in Exhibit Hall 3:30 Panel 3: Adaptive Signal Control Systems Panel Moderator: Steven Levine Mid-Town in Motion, Dr. Mohamad Talas, New York City Department of Transportation White Plains Implementation, Tom Soyk, Commissioner of Traffic/City of White Plains, New York Overview of What New York State is Doing with Adaptive Signal Control, Guillermo Ramos, NYSDOT FHWA s Domestic Scan on Regional Traffic Signal Operations Management, Michael Schauer, FHWA NY Div. 5: Annual ITS-NY Awards Session Host: Joseph D. Tario, ITS-NY Past President, Awards Committee Chair ITS-NY Distinguished Member Award Best Student ITS Essay Award ITS-NY Project of the Year Award Winners Spotlight Presentations 6:00 Reception for All Conference Attendees in Exhibit Hall Exhibits Close 7:30 p.m.

4 2012 ITS-NY NINETEENTH ANNUAL MEETING Efficiency and ITS AGENDA - continued- Friday, June 8, :00 a.m. ITS-NY Board of Directors Meeting, Garden Room 7:30 Registration Desk and Exhibit Hall Open; Full Breakfast in Exhibit Hall Foyer 8:30 Panel 4: Current ITS University Research and Projects Panel Moderator: Dr. Camille Kamga, CUNY/University Transportation Research Center Data Mining Algorithm for the Analysis of Overweight Vehicles Using WIM Technology, Graziano Fiorillo, The City College of New York, CUNY, Winner ITS-NY Best Student ITS Essay Contest Coordinated Transit Fares and Car Pricing at Congested Bottlenecks, Dr. Eric Gonzales, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey Dynamic Signal Control for Low Delay at Traffic Intersections, Dr. Koushik Kar, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Use of the VISTA Dynamic Traffic Assignment (DTA) for Emergency Operations, Dr. Kyriacos Mouskos, City University of New York 10:00 Break in Exhibit Hall (Exhibit Hall Closes at 10:30 a.m.) 10:30 Panel 5: Transit Information Revolution Panel Moderator: Andrew Bata, MTA New York City Transit The Challenges and Benefits of Integrating Proprietary Legacy Systems in Public Transit, Thomas George, Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority MTA Bus Time Project, Jennifer Strasser, Cambridge Systematics On the Go! Travel Station/Kiosk, Andrew Bata, MTA New York City Transit Noon ITS-NY Closing Luncheon ITS-NY Officers and Board of Directors Election Results; Free Weekend and CITE Course Drawings 1:30 p.m. Adjourn

5 CEUs will be issued by Polytechnic Institute of New York University Preregistration Fees May 15, 2012 Postmark Deadline ITS-NY Member: $ 335 Non-Member: $ 485 Note: After May 15 th and atdoor, registration fees increase by $75 per registrant, with space subject to availability. To be sure your name is included on the Pre-Registration List being distributed to all attendees onsite, be sure to register by May 15 th! ITS-NY MEMBER LISTING Visit ITS-NY is a non-profit, non-lobbying 501(c)3 organization with FEIN: Reminder: Please call the hotel reservations lines directly at (518) or (866) toll-free and be sure to note our ITS-NY Group Code # RN28XC. Room block was released on May 7, 2012; after 5/7 Hotel may not honor Group Code. QUESTIONS? Please call/fax Dotty Drinkwater, ITS-NY Administrator, or REGISTRANT NAME: NICKNAME FOR BADGE: TITLE: ORGANIZATION: MAILING/STREET ADDRESS: CITY: STATE: ZIP: TELE: ADDRESS: Enclosed is my pre-registration fee of $. Please return this completed form, along with your check, to: ITS-NY c/o Dotty Drinkwater, ITS-NY Administrator 14 Loveland Court Cranbury, New Jersey ***POSTMARK DEADLINE MAY 15, 2012***

6 BY CAR To Gideon Putnam Hotel 24 Gideon Putnam Road Saratoga Springs, NY Plan Your Trip see From West (Buffalo) * Take I-90 East (Thruway) * Exit at Amsterdam Exit, pay toll * Take right to Route 67 to Ballston Spa * Take Route 50 North * Take right into Park at 2nd light after sign Saratoga Performing Arts Center, and follow signs to hotel From South (New York City) * Take I-87 North (Thruway) * Exit 24 to I-87 (Northway) * Exit 13N (Route 9) * Turn left into Park at 4th light * Bear left after 0.8 mile; hotel straight ahead on right From North (Montreal) * Take I-87 South (Northway) * Exit 14, make right onto Union Ave. * Take left at end of Union Ave. * Bear right at 1st stop sign * Turn left onto Broadway at 1st light * Take right into Park at 2nd light * Bear left after 0.8 mile; hotel ahead on right From East * Take I-90 (Mass Turnpike); continue until Albany use Troy/Albany exits * Take I-87 (Northway) * Take Exit 13N (Route 9) * Turn left into Park at 4th light * Bear left after 0.8 mile; hotel ahead on right BY AIR * Albany County Airport (518) * Saratoga County Charter/Richmond Aviation (518) BY RAIL * Amtrak (800) * Saratoga Springs, NY Train Station free Gideon Shuttle to/fr Station PASSENGER VAN SERVICE Available for Albany Airport/Train Station Pickups/Dropoffs upon request -- contact Hotel; approx.. $60 each way per person